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Goldfinger Brings Out Tony Hawk To Sing “Superman”

Goldfinger Tony Hawk WWWY 2023
[Photo courtesy of Megan Blair & When We Were Young Fest]

Goldfinger took to the When We Were Young Fest Stripe stage to play all the hits, including their beloved ska hit “Superman,” but this time, with a special guest. Retired professional skateboarder Tony Hawk came onstage to help John Feldmann with some vocals for the song. This only makes sense as “Superman” is iconic on Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater video game soundtrack.

Check out the track below.

This isn’t the first time Hawk has appeared onstage with Goldfinger. He also joined forces with the band in January 2023 in Anaheim to perform the hit.

Earlier in the day, Hawk actually shared his skater talents with WWWYF attendees by doing some tricks on his vert ramp.

More on Goldfinger:

Goldfinger continues to prove why they are such a legendary name within the scene. 2020 saw the release of their latest full-length album, Never Look Back. As quintessential, vibrant, and catchy as it gets, it showed off how the band still had the magic that took them to the top all those years ago, as well as molding them into a more modern shell. This sentiment was reflected even more when it came to the deluxe version of the album. Featuring re-recordings of some of the band’s biggest tracks, it also featured a pair of guests. One was Avril Lavigne on the iconic “Here In Your Bedroom” and Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil on the show-stealing “Superman.”

On the subject of “Superman,” the band recently performed the song live and was joined by the biggest of guests. It was none other than Tony Hawk who helped the song go into the stratosphere when he featured it on the soundtrack for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater.

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